Resilience and Sustainable Development
Pacific Risk Resilience Programme
Pacific Island countries are highly vulnerable to natural hazards such as cyclones, earthquakes, volcanoes, droughts and floods, as well as to the negative effects of climate change. Approaches to disaster risk management and climate change adaptation are largely focused at regional and national level policy and planning. Community activities are often not connected to government structures and processes.
Palau Capacity Building (CB) II and Cross-Cutting Capacity Development (CCCD) Project
The project objective is to strengthen Palau's capacities to meet national and global environmental commitments through improved management of environmental data and information.
Regional Ridge to Reef in Pacific Island Countries
The Regional Ridge to Reef in Pacific Island Countries aims to address the recent high-level recognition and calls for results-based approaches to the management of development assistance programmes and projects.
Republic of the Marshall Islands Ridge to Reef Project
The project objective is to sustain biodiversity and livelihoods by building community and ecosystem resilience to threats and degrading influences through integrated management of terrestrial and coastal resources in priority atolls/islands.
Solomon Islands Capacity Building (CB) II and Cross-Cutting Capacity Development (CCCD) Project
The project aims to enhance the capacity of relevant policy and institutional stakeholders to enable compliance with the three Rio Conventions and other Multilateral Environmental Agreements.
Solomon Islands Water Sector Adaptation Project (SIWSAP)
The project aims to improve the resilience of water resources to the impacts of climate change and improve health, sanitation and quality of life so that livelihoods can be enhanced and sustained in the targeted vulnerable areas.
Tonga Ridge to Reef Project
This project seeks to conserve the ecosystem services of the Fanga’uta Lagoon Catchment on Tongatapu Island in the Kingdom of Tonga through an integrated land, water and coastal management approach.